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  Date: Sunday, October 26, 2014       Teacher: Rev. David L.S. Robertson     Duration: 19 mins 16 secs    
Passage: Exodus 2:1-10 & Revelation 22:1-5    
  Description: This audio recording begins with Bruce Masterman speaking about the Highwood River, sharing his continuing love of the river and the role it continues to play post-flood. This is followed by Rev. David's reflections on Bibical rivers and the theological wisdom that helps us make sense of living with a river which has devastated our community.
  Date: Sunday, October 19, 2014       Teacher: Rev. Susan Lukey     Duration: 8 mins 48 secs    
Passage: Isaiah 25:6-10 & Psalms 121:1-8    
  Description: I lift up my eyes to the mountains, from where will my help come? declares the writer of Psalm 121. In the Bible, big things happen on mountains; magnificent, spectacular, spiritual things. The mountain is the place where you meet God, if you dare..... but how do we view the mountains if something bad has happened, such as flood waters raging down from the headwaters in the mountains? How do we make sense of Psalm 121 which says that God will protect us?
  Date: Sunday, October 19, 2014     Duration: 10 mins 59 secs    
Passage: Isaiah 25:6-10 & Psalms 121:1-8    
  Description: Andrea Sawatzky, local Scout leader, who loves hiking in the mountains, shares her joy of being in the mountains. Photos she has taken while in the mountains were shown as she spoke. This is the audio recording of what she said.
  Date: Sunday, October 12, 2014       Teacher: Rev. David L.S. Robertson     Duration: 12 mins 27 secs    
Passage: Colossians 3:12-17 & Luke 17:11-19    
  Description: Stop, sit, breathe, give thanks. Simple instructions for us. But maybe not easy. As I think about our community of faith and the life that we have together, it seems to me that one of the best things we can help each other do is a reminder to take a moment and just stop what we are doing, stop what we are thinking or fussing about. It takes a kind of intentionality to stop especially, when we are gerbil wheeling. You know, the moments when we are caught up in the momentum and we just can’t stop.
  Date: Sunday, October 05, 2014     Duration: 24 mins 24 secs    
Passage: Philippians 3:4-14    
  Description: Moderator of the United Church, the Right Rev. Gary Paterson, speaks about holding on to faith in tough times. He invites us to pursue God as we would pursue a lover. His message is filled with humour, hope and encouragement. He was our guest this day for the re-dedication of the church following our post-flood re-build.
  Date: Sunday, September 28, 2014       Teacher: Rev. Susan Lukey     Duration: 20 mins 22 secs    
Passage: Mark 4:33-41 & Acts 27:1-44    
  Description: In our spiritual and emotional lives, there are winters. Sometimes we choose the winter – a time of rest, of stepping back and reassessing, a time of releasing what we’ve always done and giving ourselves space before embracing something new. Great creativity can come out of a chosen time of rest and non-productivity. But there are also the winters we don’t choose – the death of a loved one, the loss of a job, betrayal by a friend, aging or a flood disaster. What does scripture teach us about surving these winters that hit us like a storm?
  Date: Sunday, September 07, 2014       Teacher: Rev. David L.S. Robertson     Duration: 12 mins 23 secs    
  Description: Thje introduction to our Fall Sermon Series on "Mending Our Relationship with Creation." This begins the journey of looking at the spiritual cues we can find in the seasons of the year.

 

 


Winter Solstice 2018 Labyrinth Walk
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Thanks to the High River Downtown Businesses!
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Created On Thursday, 15 November 2018
Board games, card games, role-playing games and more. Bring your own or play one we have...

 

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